The processes of constitutionalisation of the global legal systems represent the engine of a great political and social revolution that calls for a rethinking of all the issues related to the law/moral/political relationship starting from the re-evaluation in a practical-argumentative key of legal rationality. A rationality, in this essay, interpreted through the re-reading of some of Danilo Zolo’s intuitions, which with a particularly refined theoretical lens, highlights the levels of increasing conflict in contemporary democracies, avoiding the risks of pacification of legal dynamics, inherent in the boundless reliance on a Kantian-type formal order.

Democrazia, complessità, diritti.

Valeria Giordano
2021

Abstract

The processes of constitutionalisation of the global legal systems represent the engine of a great political and social revolution that calls for a rethinking of all the issues related to the law/moral/political relationship starting from the re-evaluation in a practical-argumentative key of legal rationality. A rationality, in this essay, interpreted through the re-reading of some of Danilo Zolo’s intuitions, which with a particularly refined theoretical lens, highlights the levels of increasing conflict in contemporary democracies, avoiding the risks of pacification of legal dynamics, inherent in the boundless reliance on a Kantian-type formal order.
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